10 Tips to Prepare your Body for a Dietadmin
Bella Shurdumova, the head physician of the European Center for Aesthetic Medicine of the European Aesthetic Center, gave some important tips on how to properly prepare your body for a diet and what you should pay special attention to.
Eat more lean meats (turkey, chicken, veal), fish and seafood containing complex fibers. Each meal with complex fibers speeds up the process of losing weight and removes excess water. Of course, it is worth excluding pork and lamb from the menu.
Eat as much fiber as possible in the morning. It is also very important to eat fiber before the main meal. Remember: first a salad or fruit, and only after a while – lunch or dinner. Fiber will take part of the volume of the stomach, and you will eat less. Eliminate high sugar fruits from your diet: dates, grapes, and bananas.
3. Complex carbohydrates
Try to introduce complex carbohydrates into your diet, replacing them with light ones: cereals, cereals, wholemeal pasta, legumes, that is, those products that will slowly increase blood sugar.
4. Fractional nutrition
Feeling of hunger appears about three hours after the last meal, therefore, to feel comfortable, reduce the intervals between meals until this time. Do not forget to cut back on food. So you can reduce the volume of the stomach, which gets used to receive a small amount of food at a time. Over time, thanks to such a trick, you will be fed up with a much smaller amount of food, which will only be a plus to your diet. Drinking at one time costs no more than 200 ml of liquid.
Try to develop a detox program with a professional nutritionist. It is necessary to unload the body from toxins and remove excess fluid from it. Strictly adhere to the menu and, if possible, do drainage procedures.
6. Multivitamins, Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Be sure to start taking multivitamins and omega-3 fatty acids before starting a diet and continue to do so on time. These substances are necessary for the normalization of fat metabolism, and simply during sports and during intense physical exertion, they positively affect the mental state, which can dramatically wobble during severe food restrictions, and normalize blood cholesterol levels.
7. Physical activity
Increase physical activity gradually. Start with a 30-40 minute walk in quick steps, and only then go on to serious physical exercises and programs.
It is very important to drink as much water as possible – at least 1.5 – 2 liters per day. Remove all sugary and carbonated drinks from the menu, replacing them with plain water. Remember that tea, coffee, soups and other similar liquids are not included in the volume drunk per day.
9. Healthy sleep
Make it a rule to go to bed on time and get up on time. Try to plan the day so that it takes at least 8 hours to sleep, and getting up and going to bed every day at the same time.
10. Positive attitude
Maintain a pleasant atmosphere at home and at home. Diet, as a rule, is difficult for people who are not used to restricting themselves in food, so fill your day with pleasant things. Start introducing them into your daily plan before you switch to a new regime so that they can become a habit.